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Late last year, Arundhati Roy met Edward Snowden, along with the actor and writer John Cusack and Daniel Ellsberg, the Snowden of the 60s. Their conversations touched on some of the great themes of our times.
Late last year, Arundhati Roy met Edward Snowden, along with the actor and writer John Cusack and Daniel Ellsberg, the Snowden of the 60s. Their conversations touched on some of the great themes of our times.

 

One of TV news's best-known faces, Rajdeep Sardesai tells the unforgettable stories of eleven brilliant Indian cricketers and how their game shaped the nation. Personal and anecdotal, this is a superb book about cricket and the idea of India. 'Cricket unites Indians like nothing else. My new book narrates the story of post-Independence cricket through the bats of eleven cricketers who represent different dimensions of the great Indian cricket story: personal and anecdotal, it seeks to draw connections between sport and society, between cricket and the idea of India.' —Rajdeep Sardesai

One of TV news’s best-known faces, Rajdeep Sardesai tells the unforgettable stories of 11 brilliant Indian cricketers and how their game shaped the nation. Personal and anecdotal, this is a superb book about cricket and the idea of India. ‘Cricket unites Indians like nothing else. My new book narrates the story of post-Independence cricket through the bats of eleven cricketers who represent different dimensions of the great Indian cricket story: personal and anecdotal, it seeks to draw connections between sport and society, between cricket and the idea of India,’ he said.

 

Rujuta Diwekar, India's top nutritionist, and the author of the bestselling Don't Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight, on the secret Indian foods that will transform your body and your mind. 'I am excited about the whole digital space for books and embarking on the adventure of interacting with readers on their phones.' -- Rujuta Diwekar

Rujuta Diwekar, India’s top nutritionist, and the author of the bestselling Don’t Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight, on the secret Indian foods that will transform your body and your mind. ‘I am excited about the whole digital space for books and embarking on the adventure of interacting with readers on their phones,’ she said.

 

 

Voted as one of India's most desirable women, Sunny Leone stands for glamour, sex appeal and girl power. Here are her delectable stories about passion and play.

Voted as one of India’s most desirable women, Sunny Leone stands for glamour, sex appeal and girl power.

 

The New Yorker called Nobel Prize for Literature 2015 winner Svetlana Alexievich's writing ‘oral history stripped down to segments so raw that it can stretch both credulity and the reader’s tolerance for pain.’ Svetlana Alexievich won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2015 for her 'polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering and courage in our time'. Juggernaut is proud to publish her most recent work translated into English.

The New Yorker called Nobel Prize for Literature 2015 winner Svetlana Alexievich’s writing ‘oral history stripped down to segments so raw that it can stretch both credulity and the reader’s tolerance for pain.’ Juggernaut is proud to publish her most recent work translated into English.

 

Twinkle Khanna’s debut book was the sensation of 2015, winning acclaim for her acute observations about being a modern Indian woman. She returns with a novel, more funny and fabulous than ever.

Twinkle Khanna’s debut book was the sensation of 2015, winning acclaim for her acute observations about being a modern Indian woman. She returns with a novel, more funny and fabulous than ever.

 

William Dalrymple, one of our most popular historians, tells the story of the world's most famous diamond, Kohinoor. Moving from the mines of Golconda to the Mughal court and Queen Victoria's crown, Kohinoor is a thrilling historical adventure. He said, 'I'm really looking forward to writing a short book on the Koh i-Nur with two friends, Navtej Sarna and Anita Anand, who have also been working on different periods of the gem's history. I've found some fascinating new chapters in the stone's history in Persian-language sources I first stumbled across when working on "Return of a King". Let the detective work begin!'

William Dalrymple, one of our most popular historians, tells the story of the world’s most famous diamond. Moving from the mines of Golconda to the Mughal court and Queen Victoria’s crown, Kohinoor is a thrilling historical adventure. He said, ‘I’m really looking forward to writing a short book on the Koh-i-Nur with two friends, Navtej Sarna and Anita Anand, who have also been working on different periods of the gem’s history. I’ve found some fascinating new chapters in the stone’s history in Persian-language sources I first stumbled across when working on Return of a King. Let the detective work begin!’

 

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